Towards valuation of ecosystem services for biodiversity management in the Kangchenjunga Landscape (2011)

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This paper outlines the process of valuation study being planned in the KL. It is an effort to integrate economics into biodiversity conservation, with the foresight that rationalising the services from protected areas and corridors in monetary terms could serve as a long termincentive providing mechanism within the umbrella of the landscape approach to biodiversityconservation and management. The landscape approach, as advocated by the Convention on Biological Diversity considers long term sustenance and management of ecosystems of all kinds,integrating people’s well being, especially those communities who depend on the biodiversity resources for their livelihoods.
Year: 2011
Language: English
In: Mountain Forum Bulletin 2011: Mountains and Green Economy, 2-5 p.

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